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Happy Home Church

Sister Mary Eaves and Sister Peggy Potts went to the Albert Brumley singing at Lebanon, Missouri. What a wonderful blessing they received. If you enjoy southern gospel music, it is a great singing to attend. There is always lots of ...

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Gentry Church

Opening prayer to start our morning service was by Narvil Tetrick. Our lesson in Sunday School class was, “Praise For God’s Justice.” At times we are encouraged by those who promise us justice and equality if elected to office and ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendant and prayer was given by Bro. James Moore. Sunday school lesson was The Better Sacrifices, Hebrews 10:11-29 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school lesson we ...

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Faith Rock Church

The first thing we did at church Sunday morning was to thank God for our good rain. Jerry and I were on our way to the Oldfield Opry Saturday night and about Dogwood Hill when the rain started and we ...

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Douglas County Museum

There is a certain citizen living near Ava who for some time has bought his flour from Mansfield and other places, but on last Saturday, when he learned what bargains he had lost by not buying the celebrated Ava Roller ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

“I’ve come to believe there is little, if any, honesty in the media, and ethic is a word they are totally unfamiliar with.” –Ronald Reagan The real reason that we can’t have the Ten Commandments posted in a courthouse is ...

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County Line

Happy 10th Birthday to Bryse Dodson. He celebrated by going to a Bow Shoot and to Springfield to pick up his gift on Saturday. He had cupcakes on Sunday with mom and dad and Chase then spent the night with ...

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Church of the Living God

Our speaker this past Wednesday evening (August 1) was Brady Bennett from Seymour. His first scripture was Luke 4:1 – he spoke on Jesus being tempted in the wilderness, his title was, “Are You Trading Your Crown For This World?” ...

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Champion

Some Champions are feeling that they have had a reprieve, as if they have been pardoned or have found amnesty or sanctuary from the heat and the oppressive prospect of no-end-in-sight to the brutality of summer, in spite of the ...

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